Join a Lync Meeting 1. In the meeting request, click Join Lync Meeting or click Join Online in the meeting reminder. 2. On the Join Meeting Audio window, select one of the options: Lync 2013 Quick Reference Lync ScheduleMeetings a Lync Meeting Use Lync (full audio and video experience) You can use computer audio and video with your computer’s built-in devices, or a headset and camera. You can simply schedule an Lync Meeting by using the Outlook add-in for Lync. 1. Open your Outlook calendar and on the Home tab, click New Lync Meeting. Call me at: Lync calls you at a number you provide. 2. Don’t join audio Select this if you prefer to call in to the meeting audio with a phone. Use the conference numbers and ID in the invitation to dial in. In the meeting request, add recipients, a subject, agenda, and date/time. Do I need a PIN, work number or extension? Not always. Most of the time when you call in to the meeting, you get connected right away. You only need a PIN and extension if: • You’re the leader (Organizer) of the meeting, and calling from a phone that isn’t connected to your account; such as a cell phone. • You’re an attendee, but the meeting is secured and you need to be identified before joining, (referred to as Authenticated caller). When prompted, use your phone dial pad to enter your number and PIN. If you don’t remember your PIN, click Forgot your Dial-in PIN in the meeting request and follow the instructions on the page to reset. © 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. The meeting request contains the meeting link and audio information that the participant can use to join the meeting or conference call. Set meeting options You can customize your meeting options to fit your requirements, meeting type, and the participants. For example, customize access, presenters, video sharing permissions, and so on. In the meeting request, click Meeting Options, then click A new meeting space (I control permissions). • To control meeting access, select an option under These people don’t have to wait in the lobby. • To choose presenters, select an option under Who’s a presenter? • To mute all attendees and prevent them from sharing video, use the options under Do you want to limit participation?
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Manage your video display and layout Quick Reference for your video, not to view the video shared by others. Participants who Lync Web App Join a Lync Meeting with computer audio don’t share their video can choose to display a static picture instead. If you don’t have Lync 2013, you can join a scheduled Lync Meeting The area of the screen in which the pictures or videos are displayed is from Lync Web App. In the meeting request, click Join Lync Meeting. called the gallery. Type your name in the text box, ensure the option to install the Lync Lync Web App provides a rich video experience for meetings. If you have a camera connected to your computer, click to share your video with others in the meeting. A camera is required only to share Web App plug-in update is selected, and click Join the meeting. The plug-in is required to use computer audio. After it’s installed, you can also share your video and programs. There are two layout options to display the pictures and videos being shared. Gallery View displays all the participant pictures and videos while Speaker View displays the picture or video of only an active speaker. When a sharing session starts, a third layout option called Presentation View is available, which displays only the shared content. Click to choose To speed up your entry into future meetings, select the Remember the layout you want. me check box. Depending on how the meeting was set up, you’ll You can also expand the size of the meeting either wait in the lobby or be admitted to the meeting. If you’re in the window to view the meeting stage in greater lobby, only a presenter can admit you to the meeting. All presenters detail. Click immediately enter the meeting. After you’re admitted to the meeting, to go to the full window mode. To return to the normal window size, click the icon again. you can use your computer’s speakers and mic, or a headset to participate in the meeting. Join a Lync Meeting with phone audio In the meeting request, click Join Lync Meeting. Type your name in the text box, ensure the option to install the Lync Web App Plug-in is not selected, and click Join the meeting. After you’re admitted to the meeting, in the Join Meeting Audio dialog box, click Have the meeting call me to enter a phone number where the conference can © 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. call you, or click I will dial in to the meeting and call one of the phone numbers listed in the meeting invitation.
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History of ITFVHA                 Organizational meeting: 1996, Orlando First meeting: 1997, San Diego, sponsored by NAHSC Second meeting: 1998, Delft, Netherlands, sponsored by Rijkswaterstaat Third meeting: 1999, Toronto, sponsored by ITS America Fourth meeting: 2000, Tsukuba City, sponsored by MOC/AHSRA Fifth meeting: 2001, Sydney, sponsored by ITS Australia / AAA Sixth meeting: 2002, Chicago, sponsored by TRB and ITS America Seventh meeting: 2003, Paris, sponsored by LIVIC Eighth meeting: 2004, Nagoya, sponsored by MLIT / AHSRA Ninth meeting: 2005, San Francisco, sponsored by ITS America / USDOT Tenth meeting: 2006, London, sponsored by UK Highways Agency Eleventh meeting: 2007, Versailles, sponsored by INRIA Twelfth meeting: 2008, New York City, sponsored by Parsons-Brinkerhoff Thirteenth meeting: 2009, Stockholm, sponsored by H3B Media Fourteenth meeting: 2010, Busan, sponsored by Korean Transport Institute Fifteenth meeting: 2011, Orlando, sponsored by Bishop Consulting
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SDS Elements  Section 1, Identification  Section 2, Hazard(s) identification  Section 3, Composition --information on ingredients  Section 4, First-aid measures  Section 5, Fire-fighting measures  Section 6, Accidental release measures  Section 7, Handling and storage  Section 8, Exposure controls/personal protection 11 │ www.khlaw.com │ KELLER AND HECKMAN LLP         Section 9, Physical and chemical properties; Section 10, Stability and reactivity; Section 11, Toxicological information. Section 12, Ecological information; Section 13, Disposal considerations; Section 14, Transport information; and Section 15, Regulatory information. Section 16, Other information, including date of preparation or last revision Copyright © 2015
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Wednesday, OCTOBER 3 8:30-9:00 9:00-9:30 9:3010:00 10:0010:30 10:3011:00 11:0011:30 11:3012:00 12:001:00 1:00-1:30 1:30-2:00 2:00-2:30 2:30-3:00 3:00-3:30 3:30-4:00 4:00-5:00 Thursday, OCTOBER 4 Welcome Reception Continental Breakfast in Art Gallery Team Meeting-Boardroom Meeting with Dir. Technology [RG] (4122) Gary K Meeting with BOT chair, vice chair [RT, RG] ( ) Meeting with Dean of Library [LW] (5329) Bob Francis Meeting with President, Norma, Pam Goad [RT] (Lee’s O) Library Faculty [LW] (Library Conference Room 4106) Meeting with Foundation Dir. [RG] (1005) Ritva Manchester Library classified staff [LW] (Library Conf. Rm 4106) Articulation & Transfer Task Force (5386) 2 Directors: Financial Aid, Enrollment Services [RG] (5227) C Melton and T. Haase Virtual College (Library Conf. Rm 4106) Meeting with VPAS [RG ] (1019A)—1 hour Daryl Campbell Meeting with VPAS [RG] (1019A) Advising Task Force [ ] (Gillian’s Office 2309) Meeting w/Dir. Auxiliary Services [RG] Bookstore Mary Kelemen ? Team Lunch & debrief time- (Boardroom) Industry Advisory Committee members (9208) Vice Presidents [RT] (Central) ACT [JA] (9208) ACT [RG] 9208? Mcnaughton…? Open Faculty Meeting [RT, LW,RG, ] (1104) Open Student Session [RT, LW] (9208) Workforce Education [KH] (5113) Meeting with Comptroller [RG] (1205) Stuart Trippel Team Meetings (Boardroom) Open Staff Session [RT, LW, RG, ] (9208)   Service Learning (Center for Equity, Engagement, Service, 9302) Tour/meeting with Bob Roehl, Dir of Facilities [RG] (5105) Bob R   Drama and Music Faculty [KH ] Theatre Lobby Curriculum Committee [JA, LW ] 1402     Team Meetings (Boardroom)
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Data driven decision making: The Results Outcome Assessed Assessment Results Disciplinary knowledge/content Evidence based teacher evaluation Exceeding: 5% Meeting: 80%; Approaching 10%; Not meeting: 5% **Please note that on resubmission, Exceeding remained the same; Meeting moved to 90% and approaching moved to 5% Disciplinary knowledge/content Evaluate three lesson plans Exceeding: 1%; Meeting: 95%; Approaching 4%; Not meeting: 0% ** Please note that on resubmission, Meeting was 98%, Approaching 1% and Exceeding remained the same Applications and skills Prepare/present comprehensive portfolio Meeting or exceeding: 100% Meeting: 64% Exceeding: 36% No second submissions required Professional and personal development School vision of learning First submission: Exceeding: 0%; Meeting 66%; Approaching: 14%; Not meeting: 1% Second submission: Exceeding 80%; Meeting 10%; Approaching: 9%; Not meeting: 1%
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Tree Traversals To examine the contents of a tree, a traversal strategy must be selected. There are three principal options: Option 1: Preorder Traversal First examine the current node, then examine its offspring. Preorder Traversal: Text Chapter 1 Section 2.1 Chapter 2 Section 2.2 Chapter 3 Section 2.3 Section 3.1 Subsection 3.1.a CS 340 Subsection 3.1.b Chapter 4 Section 4.1 Section 3.2 Subsection 3.1.c Chapter 5 Section 4.2 Section 4.3 Text Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Section 2.1 Section 2.2 Section 2.3 Chapter 3 Section 3.1 Subsection 3.1.a Subsection 3.1.b Subsection 3.1.c Section 3.2 Chapter 4 Section 4.1 Section 4.2 Page 4
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Minute Taker’s Responsibilities Before Meeting: • Collects agenda items from Facilitator • Prepares TIPS Meeting Minutes agenda form, including content from Data Analyst, as appropriate Minute Taker • Is prepared to project TIPS Meeting Minute form via LCD during meeting After Meeting: • Cleans up TIPS Meeting Minutes from meeting • Disseminates Meeting Minutes to team within 36 hours During Meeting: • Records decisions/no tes on TIPS Meeting Minutes form • Asks for clarification of tasks/decisi ons, as necessary • Is active participant in meeting
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Contd. Contd.. [FR_004] -Re-plan a meeting to support the changing user constraints, that include modification to the exclusion set, preference set and/or preferred location before a meeting date/location is proposed; Issues – Incomplete. Does not indicate if all users or only certain set of users can modify the exclusion set, preference set in addition to location/time before a meeting/date location is proposed. Option1: The system shall allow re-planning of the meeting by providing privilege to all active, important and regular, to make modification to exclusion set, preference set and/or preferred location before a meeting date/location is proposed but before the deadline specified by the meeting initiator. Option2: The system shall allow re-planning of the meeting by permitting participants: active, important and regular to provide and modify the exclusion set, preference set but before a meeting deadline. The system shall allow only the important participants to state preferences about the meeting location and allow the active participants to request special equipments on the meeting location. Decision and rationale Option 2 is chosen as the system shall allow meetings to be re-planned based on user constraint changes of important and active participants only in terms of location and equipment providing an ordered execution and monitoring of the system. Option1 could increase the rounds of negotiations to schedule a meeting. Date March 2, 2010
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Contd. Contd.. [FR_004] -Re-plan a meeting to support the changing user constraints, that include modification to the exclusion set, preference set and/or preferred location before a meeting date/location is proposed; Issues – Incomplete. Does not indicate if all users or only certain set of users can modify the exclusion set, preference set in addition to location/time before a meeting/date location is proposed. Option1: The system shall allow re-planning of the meeting by providing privilege to all active, important and regular, to make modification to exclusion set, preference set and/or preferred location before a meeting date/location is proposed but before the deadline specified by the meeting initiator. Option2: The system shall allow re-planning of the meeting by permitting participants: active, important and regular to provide and modify the exclusion set, preference set but before a meeting deadline. The system shall allow only the important participants to state preferences about the meeting location and allow the active participants to request special equipments on the meeting location. Decision and rationale Option 2 is chosen as the system shall allow meetings to be re-planned based on user constraint changes of important and active participants only in terms of location and equipment providing an ordered execution and monitoring of the system. Option1 could increase the rounds of negotiations to schedule a meeting. Date March 25, 2010
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Traceability Forward Traceability (Domain requirement to Work Product) FR_001 All the important participants and active participants could be optionally S1, present in the meeting. More than a certain threshold (say 60%) of the S7 important participant’s preferences on the date and location need to be satisfied. A meeting shall be held when the total number of active and important participants is more than threshold value (say 50%) in which more than 70% of important participants participate. FR_002 “A distributed manner” means, the meeting that involves participants in S4 different geographical locations of the world will be monitored by the meting initiator in terms of how many people are participating and their time/location preferences. FR_003 The system shall plan meetings under the constraints expressed by S7 participants The system shall allow rep-planning of the meeting by permitting participants: S6 active, important and regular to provide and modify the exclusion set, preference set but before a meeting deadline. The system shall allow only the important participants to state preferences about the meeting location and allow the active participants to request special equipments on the meeting location but before a meeting deadline. FR_004 FR_005 Re-plan a meeting to support external constraints like two meeting held at S7 same time or at same location, that meeting take place which is of higher priority Date March 25, 2010
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Traceability (Contd.) Forward Traceability (Domain requirement to Work Product) FR_014 An initiator should select the ‘room/location’ from the list of available locations. S4 The system should indicate the availability or unavailability of the room, in case of unavailability initiator has to choose other meeting room. FR_015 The initiator should select the ‘equipments’ needed for the meeting from the S4 equipments list; also active participants should have the option of selecting the equipments when the confirm their attendance to meeting FR_016 The system should send the reminder one day before the final meeting date FR_017 The initiator shall have a privilege to make any participant to active, important or S4 regular participant. If the meeting is cancelled by meeting scheduler then it should send the other S7 acceptable schedules to initiator depending on preference set entered. FR_018 S4 FR_019 If the acceptable schedules cannot be found to reschedule the meeting an email S7 shall be sent to initiator to reschedule the meeting with new date range. FR_020 As soon as the all important participants reject the meeting invitation the system S5 shall send an email to initiator regarding rescheduling a meeting. FR_021 The participants should be able to change their response at any time before the S5,S6 deadline FR_022 As soon as meeting is confirmed, the confirmation should be sent to participants S5 via email Date March 25, 2010
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ICS Incident Commander Workflow Immediate Tasks INIT: Initiate the ICS RJAS: Read entire job action sheet. PIDV: Put on position identification vest. ALSC: Appoint logistics section chief. APSC: Appoint public section chief. AFSC: Appoint finance section chief. AOSC: Appoint operation section chief. ASAM: Announce a status/action plan meeting with all section chiefs. RSRL: Receive status report from the logistics section chief. RSRP: Receive status report from the planning section chief. RSRF: Receive status report from the finance section chief. RSRO: Receive status report from the operations section chief. DIAP: Discuss an initial action plan with all section chiefs. DALS: Determine appropriate level of service during immediate aftermath. RIFD: Receive initial facility damage survey report from the logistic section chief, and evaluate the need for evacuation. OPCS: Obtain patient census and status from the planning section chief. 05/15/2006 12
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Contd. Contd.. [NFR_003]- “Re-planning of a meeting should be done as dynamically and with as much flexibility as possible;” Issue– Incomplete and ambiguous. The words “dynamically” and “flexibility” cannot be quantified or measured as no clear definition is provided for them. It does not indicate who can/or has the authority to re-plan the meeting. Option 1 –The system shall allow the meeting initiator to re-plan the meeting. The word “dynamically” indicates that the system shall find a suitable meeting time and date based on the information available including preferred and exclusion sets, locations and resource requests. The word “flexibility” refers to provision available to the important and active participants to change their feedback whenever necessary but before the meeting deadline. Option 2 – The system shall re-plan the meeting in-case of a conflict. The word “dynamically” indicates that the system shall find a suitable meeting time and date based on the information available including preferred and exclusion sets, locations and resource requests. The word “flexibility” refers to allowing the important and active participants to change the date range and providing their exclusion and preferred sets from the new range before the meeting deadline. Decision and rationale – Option 1 is more flexible as it offers control for the meeting initiator to decide on the date and time providing a simple and feasible solution. Date March 2, 2010
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Contd. Contd.. [NFR_003]- “Re-planning of a meeting should be done as dynamically and with as much flexibility as possible;” Issue– Incomplete and ambiguous. The words “dynamically” and “flexibility” cannot be quantified or measured as no clear definition is provided for them. It does not indicate who can/or has the authority to re-plan the meeting. Option 1 –The system shall allow the meeting initiator to re-plan the meeting. The word “dynamically” indicates that the system shall find a suitable meeting time and date based on the information available including preferred and exclusion sets, locations and resource requests. The word “flexibility” refers to provision available to the important and active participants to change their feedback whenever necessary but before the meeting deadline. Option 2 – The system shall re-plan the meeting in-case of a conflict. The word “dynamically” indicates that the system shall find a suitable meeting time and date based on the information available including preferred and exclusion sets, locations and resource requests. The word “flexibility” refers to allowing the important and active participants to change the date range and providing their exclusion and preferred sets from the new range before the meeting deadline. Decision and rationale – Option 1 is more flexible as it offers control for the meeting initiator to decide on the date and time providing a simple and feasible solution. Date March 25, 2010
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Traceability (Contd.) Forward Traceability (Domain requirement to Work Product) FR_006 FR_007 The system shall support conflict resolution according S7 to given 4 resolution policies; The system shall manage all the interactions among S7 participants required during the organization of the meeting FR_008 FR_009 The system shall support the negotiation and conflict S7 resolution processes; The system shall keep participants informed about S5 schedules and their changes FR_010 The meeting scheduler system must in general handle S7 several meeting requests in parallel. FR_011 The meeting scheduler system should cancel or reschedule the meeting S7 with lower priority to resolve the conflict with a meeting with higher priority level when they overlap in time or space. If two equally important meeting overlaps then we choose first come first served. FR_012 The user who can login into the system/ or a new user who is successfully S2 able to register can initiate a meeting FR_013 The meeting scheduler system shall allow the initiator to set ‘priority level’ S4 of the meeting in order to avoid conflict in scheduling two or more meetings. Date March 25, 2010
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What’s in an RFP? • • • • • • • • • • • • • Section A: Section B: Section C: Section D: Section E: Section F: Section G: Section H: Section I: Section J: Section K: Section L: Section M: Solicitation (SF-1423, -1447, etc.) Supplies/Services (CLINs/Deliverables) Statement of Work Packaging & Marking Inspection & Acceptance Deliveries/Performance Contract Admin Special Contract Requirements Contract Clauses Attachments (CDRLs, specs, etc.) Representations & Certifications Proposal Preparation Instructions Evaluation Criteria
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Title Descriptive and Informative SRS 2018-XXX Author 1 , Author 2 , Author 3 , Author 4 , Research Advisor 1 2 3 4 Departments of Biology, Materials Engineering, Chemistry, and Chemical Engineering, New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology, Socorro, NM 87801 1 2 ABSTRACT BACKGROUND The abstract is one of the only sections on your poster that should have a full paragraph block. For other sections, the fewer the words you have, the better. Someone wanting to discuss your poster with you will not take the time to read full paragraphs. The primary focus of your poster should be essential figures that accurately represent your data. Your text should act as a brief summary of the information you are presenting and as a guide for you while you are explaining your research to your listeners. Why is your research important? Add some background to explain what is known about your research and the pieces that are missing which you are trying to fill. What is the purpose of your research? What is your hypothesis? Poster Presentation Notes Feel free to rearrange, edit, and modify this template to meet your needs. The aesthetics of presenting a poster should not be underestimated: consistent color schemes and flow help poster presentations. Here are some notes that might help: For each section header set the justification to “center” For each text section set the justification to “left” or “full” Do not use more than 2 fonts The font size should be legible from 4-6 feet away Large fonts for titles/headers should be sans serif It is okay to use serif for the text body font Don’t over-crowd your poster – blank space can be beneficial to you! Neutral tones can also be more appealing to a reader Figure 1 3 4 1 DISCUSSION The conclusion is the section where you wrap up your data in terms of your hypothesis and the big picture importance. Figure 2 Future Work Figure 4 EXPERIMENTAL SECTION RESULTS Method 1 •Describe methods only that are directly relevant to your figures. •Use bullet points in this section •It will help the reader clearly understand your methods The results section is the one of the most important of the whole poster. What does your data show? This section highlights the data that is represented in your figures. If you are using graphs, reference the figures and the numbers you wish to draw attention to. Use bullet points here if possible. Remember that in the results you only state facts from your data. You will refer to your hypothesis in the conclusion/discussion section. Method 2 •Method 2 •Don’t underestimate the power of bold/italic font to separate ideas •Consistency is key when using bold/italic/ underlined font for clarity Information written in this template is original from the New Mexico Tech Writing and Oral Presentation Center. A multitude of information available online for poster presentation advice, for example: https:// nau.edu/undergraduate-research/posterpresentation-tips/ or http://guides.nyu.edu/posters If you have any questions regarding the poster template or presentation skills, please stop by the Writing Center in the Fitch Hall basement 017/018 or contact us at [email protected] This final section is often overlooked in posters, but in research is deemed highly important. What are your next steps? This section indicates to the reader that you were thinking critically during your experiments. Even if you don’t plan on continuing this particular research project, what would you do to encourage someone else who might inherit the project? This section can be split up into two in order to add a references or acknowledgement section. Poster presentations involve representing your new and innovative work that impacts the scientific community, therefore, use references only when completely necessary (e.g., figures from a paper, data with which you are expanding on, patents). Contact Information Contact information of your Research Advisor (e.g., Title, name, email address, etc.) If your project is funded, put that information here (e.g., Grant number, corporation) Text is intentionally smaller to maximize space.
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Title Descriptve and Informatve 1 2 3 SRS 2017-XXX 4 Author 1 , Author 2 , Author 3 , Author 4 , Research 1 2 3 1 4 Departments of Biology, Materials Engineering, Advisor Chemistry, and Chemical Engineering, New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology, Socorro, NM 87801 DISCUSSION BACKGROUND ABSTRACT The conclusion is the section where you wrap up The abstract is one of the only sections on your poster that should have a full paragraph block. For other sections, the fewer the words you have, the better. Someone wanting to discuss your poster with you will not take the time to read full paragraphs. The primary focus of your poster should be essential figures that accurately represent your data. Your text should act as a brief summary of the information you are presenting and as a guide for you while you are explaining your research to your listeners. Why is your research important? Add some background to explain what is known about your research and the pieces that are missing which you are trying to fill. What is the purpose of your research? What is your hypothesis? Poster Presentation Notes Feel free to rearrange, edit, and modify this template to meet your needs. The aesthetics of presenting a poster should not be underestimated: consistent color schemes and fow help poster presentations. Here are some notes that might help: For each section header set the justification to “center” For each text section set the justification to “left” or “full” Do not use more than 2 fonts The font size should be legible from 4-6 feet away Large fonts for titles/headers should be sans serif It is okay to use serif for the text body font Don’t over-crowd your poster – blank space can be beneficial to you! Neutral tones can also be more appealing to a reader EXPERIMENTAL SECTION Method 1 •Describe methods only that are directly relevant to your figures. •Use bullet points in this section •It will help the reader clearly understand your methods Figure 1 Method 2 •Method 2 •Don’t underestimate the power of bold/italic font to separate ideas •Consistency is key when using bold/italic/ underlined font for clarity your data in terms of your hypothesis and the big picture importance. Figure 2 Information written in this template is original from the New Mexico Tech Writing and Oral Presentation Center. A multitude of information available online for poster presentation advice, for example: https:// nau.edu/undergraduate-research/posterpresentation-tips/ or http://guides.nyu.edu/posters If you have any questions regarding the poster template or presentation skills, please stop by the Writing Center in the Fitch Hall basement 017/018 or contact us at [email protected] Future Work Figure 4 RESULTS The results section is the one of the most important of the whole poster. What does your data show? This section highlights the data that is represented in your figures. If you are using graphs, reference the figures and the numbers you wish to draw attention to. Use bullet points here if possible. This final section is often overlooked in posters, but in research is deemed highly important. What are your next steps? This section indicates to the reader that you were thinking critically during your experiments. Even if you don’t plan on continuing this particular research project, what would you do to encourage someone else who might inherit the project? This section can be split up into two in order to add a references or acknowledgement section. Poster presentations involve representing your new and innovative work that impacts the scientific community, therefore, use references only when completely necessary (e.g., figures from a paper, data with which you are expanding on, patents). Remember that in the results you only state facts from your data. You will refer to your hypothesis in the conclusion/discussion section. Contact Informaton Contact information of your Research Advisor (e.g., Title, name, email address, etc.) If your project is funded, put that information here (e.g., Grant number, corporation) Text is intentionally smaller to maximize space.
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